Your child will be getting a bag of words to practice each day. As your child masters reading those words they will be given new words to add to their bag. Remember to practice the words daily!
Your child will not get new words until they have mastered reading the words that are in their bag.
1-place all of the words in a neat pile upside down. Flip over 1 word at a time. Whoever reads the word correctly first gets to keep the word. Play continues until all of the words are used from the pile. Then each player counts to see how many words they have. The player with the most words wins!
2- Make sentences using the words. You will probably have to add a word at the end of the sentence or your child could draw a picture to represent that last word. Then they can copy the words they used to make the sentence to practice writing a sentence.
I see a tree. (Tree can be a picture or the child can write the sounds that they hear in the word.)
the to is my a go see can I like it we
in have up me and yes here look you no said do
this she are with will on he for all not jump play
that am of has by if did so be from as come
his but boy away find her had him dog down help girl